PAMAP Imagery


 Imagery Status

The currently available PAMAP imagery is shown in the maps below. All of the imagery is available through FTP and map services at PASDA, and bulk and/or offline acquisition is provided from the Pennsylvania State Data Center here. A copy of the imagery has been provided to all counties, and to the United States Geological Survey (USGS). Some of this imagery may be used by Web sites such as Google Maps and Virtual Earth. All imagery with the exception of the 2003 data is 1:2400 scale, 1-foot pixel resolution, color data. The 2003 data is 2-foot pixel resolution.

Imagery_Status_Dec2010

Information on data issues for PAMAP imagery products can be found here.

Current Orthoimagery cycle 1

Current Orthoimagery cycle 2

Orthoimagery Other Imagery 

PAMAP Three Year Planning Cycle

The Program has adopted the 3-year re-flight cycle for orthoimagery shown below. Transition to this cycle began in 2007 and continued in 2008, to accommodate prior imagery collection.

3-Year Flight Schedule

Imagery Availability

The PAMAP imagery can be viewed using the prototype PAMAP Viewer at http://ceiwin1.cei.psu.edu/PAMapViewer.html. All imagery is available to the public through PASDA. Image data files can be downloaded from PASDA using the Data Access Wizard, keyword PAMAP, at http://www.pasda.psu.edu/uci/SearchPage.aspx. The imagery can be viewed and downloaded with any Web browser using the PASDA Imagery Viewer located at http://146.186.163.133/ImageryNavigator/.

Imagery Examples

Imaery Example

This image of the Capitol in Harrisburg is from the 2-foot pixel resolution imagery collected in 2003.

 

Imaery Example

This image of the Schuylkill and Little Schuylkill Rivers is from the 1-foot pixel resolution imagery collected in 2004.

 

Imaery Example

This image of Point State Park in Pittsburgh is from the .3-meter resolution imagery collected by the USGS and NGA in 2005, and provided to the PAMAP Program.

 

Imaery Example

This image of the Presque Isle State Park in Erie is from the 1-foot resolution imagery collected by the PAMAP Program in 2005.

 

Imaery Example

This image of a portion of the Ohiopyle State Park in Fayette County is from the 1-foot resolution imagery collected by the PAMAP Program in 2006.